Tuesday, October 13, 2009

(Dry Green Peas) Paruppu Urundai Rasam

We love rasam, its such a real comfort food... None at home cant finish their lunch without having rasam, i do prepare varieties of rasam with home made rasam powder..Earlier i have prepared dry green peas masala vadai and i prepared some steam cooked dumplings with the same batter and added those greeny balls to tangy tomato rasam, this delicious rasa urundai tastes really marvellous and this green peas steam cooked dumplings tastes too delicious as they were soaked in tangy tomato rasam...We enjoyed having this tangy as well as protien packed green peas dumplings rasam..Very different urundai rasam na! with fried papads this rasam tastes divine..



For Green Peas Dumplings:
1cup Dry Greenpeas (soaked overnite)
1no Onion (chopped)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Fennel seed powder
1tbsp Ginger (chopped)
2nos Cloves
1no Cinnamon stick (small)
3nos Curry leaves
Salt

For Tomato Rasam:
3nos Tomatoes (chopped)
1tsp Rasam powder

1/2cup Cooked dal water
1tsp Lemon juice
3nos Curry leaves
1/2tsp Mustard seeds+cumin seeds
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
2nos Dry red chillies
2tsbp Chopped coriander leaves
Salt
Oil

Grind the soaked dry green peas with cloves, cinnamon stick as coarse paste..add the chopped onions, chopped green chillies, fennel seed powder, chopped ginger, curryleaves, salt and mix everything well..make golf size balls from the batter and steam cook this balls for minutes...

Grind the chopped tomato pieces as puree, add the puree to the cooked dal water also add rasam powder, salt n 1/2cup water...heat a tsp of oil n add the mustard seeds, cumin seeds, asafoetida powder n red chillies n let them splutters, add the tomato n dal water immediately, drop the steam cooked green peas dumplings to the tomato & dal water, bring them to boil..put of the stove once they starts boiling, add the lemon juice n chopped coriander leaves..

Serve hot with rice!!

24 comments:

SE(Denufood) said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Priya,

The rasam looks so yummm...I just love the tomato curries...easy and comforting!

Chocolaty lifestyle said... Reply To This Comment

Oh this one's looking temting! :)

Mrs.Menagasathia said... Reply To This Comment

ரசத்தில் பட்டாணிப் பருப்பா?சொல்லவே தேவையில்லை அதன் சுவையை.சூப்பர்ர்ப்பா!!.

செய்து பார்க்க போறேன்.இதுவரை நான் ரசத்தில் பருப்பு உருண்டை போட்டு செய்ததில்லை.

Avisha said... Reply To This Comment

Rasam with green peas dumpling looks yummy and delicious.

prasu said... Reply To This Comment

dumpling in rasam.....cute idea..rasam looking delicious dear.

Sangeetha Subhash said... Reply To This Comment

wow..supera iruku priya...YUMMY! U r so fast to cook and post it yar..so enthu!!Keep rocking dear!I think we all should give u special reward for this..great job!!!Love ur blog.

Preeti Kashyap said... Reply To This Comment

yummy yum yum.....love the rasam!

Suma Gandlur said... Reply To This Comment

As Srivalli said, r u on a race to enter Guiness record or something else? :)))))
Loved the idea of adding dumplings to rasam.

Gulmohar said... Reply To This Comment

very tempting rasam...You have a wonderful blog Priya...

Vrinda said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy rasam and very new to me...sounds great...

Cham said... Reply To This Comment

The dry sundal peas urundai should be quiet tasty in rasam!

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said... Reply To This Comment

This sure looks tempting, never tried making urundai with pattani.

Nandini said... Reply To This Comment

The recipe is so interesting! Then it must be delectable! Superb click!

Sanghi said... Reply To This Comment

Bookmarked dear! Will try this sometime, delicious!

jayasree said... Reply To This Comment

Thats a super idea to add dumplings to rasam. This must be similar to the rasa vadai idea. But I am sure cooking the dumplings must be very tasty.

Prathibha said... Reply To This Comment

Thats a great idea dear..:)

Sushma Mallya said... Reply To This Comment

Thats a nice healthy & a delicious one priya..surely must be delicious..

kamalabhoopathy said... Reply To This Comment

Wow! very different must try this.

priya said... Reply To This Comment

soooooooooper priya!!!!

jeyashrisuresh said... Reply To This Comment

what a great combo,parruurundai in rasam.this reminds me of the rasa vadai served in "sangeethas" (restaurent) in chennai.Nice idea.
an the paal puri is my fav.Looks yummy

Rohini said... Reply To This Comment

Ohhh I am drooling... Nothing can beat rasam in the category of comfort food!!
Paruppu urundai rasam is new to me, have only heard of kozhambu! Will try out soon. Thanks for sharing it :)

shanthi said... Reply To This Comment

Oh!!! a different rasam and also delicious.

Curry Leaf said... Reply To This Comment

spicy rasam,never tried dry peas in a rasam recipe esp as dumplings. Love the innovation

Valarmathi said... Reply To This Comment

Wow super idea Priya, rasam looks so yummy.